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  1. The characteristic Langhans cells ), surrounded by epithelioid cells aggregates, T cell lymphocytes and fibroblasts.
  2. These cells aggregate and rest in certain basins until conditions allow for reproduction and colonies to form.
  3. Next the T h 1 helper cells aggregate around the macrophages and release IFN?, which activates the macrophages.
  4. Cells are single or a few cells aggregated, with dimensions of about 8 15 by 5 11 ?m.
  5. However, when conditions turn unfavorable, the cells aggregate and follow one of two different developmental pathways, depending on conditions.
  6. It's difficult to find cell aggregate in a sentence.
  7. ""'Chloroflexus aggregans " "'is a thermophilic, filamentous, phototrophic bacterium that forms dense cell aggregates.
  8. One hypothesis for the origin of multicellularity is that a group of function-specific cells aggregated into a slug-like mass called a grex, which moved as a multicellular unit.
  9. The characteristic morphological element is the tuberculous granuloma ( caseating tubercule ) : giant multinucleated cells ( Langhans cells ), surrounded by epithelioid cells aggregates, T cell lymphocytes and few fibroblasts.
  10. While the majority of amoebozoan species are unicellular, the group also includes several varieties of slime molds, which have a macroscopic, multicellular stage of life during which individual amoeboid cells aggregate to produce spores.
  11. Also, these findings were confirmed in human fetal pancreatic insulin-producing cells, and the mesenchymal cells derived from pancreatic islets can undergo the reverse of EMT-MET-to generate islet-like cell aggregates.
  12. "Aquifex " spp . are rod-shaped bacteria with a length of 2 to 6 respiration creates water . " Aquifex " tend to form cell aggregates composed of up to 100 individual cells.
  13. UV-induced cellular aggregation mediates intercellular chromosomal HGT marker exchange with high frequency, and UV-induced cultures display recombination rates that exceed those of uninduced cultures by as much as three orders of magnitude . " S . solfataricus " cells aggregate preferentially with other cells of their own species . and Ajon et al . suggested that UV-inducible DNA transfer is likely an important mechanism for providing increased repair of damaged DNA via homologous recombination.

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